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Your Students will Love These Facts on Thanksgiving

Are you looking for facts on Thanksgiving or November themed facts that will spark curiosity in your students and leave them wanting to know more about that particular topic? I’m always looking for ways to spark interest and curiosity in my classroom, and I do so through sharing fun facts with my students. My students […] Read more…

Classroom Management Tips: Using Student Mailboxes

Download the FREE RESOURCE mentioned in this blog post {sign up below & I’ll send it right over} send it to me, please! Thank you! You have successfully joined our subscriber list. Using student mailboxes is hands down one of my favorite classroom management tips and my teacher self could not…I REPEAT.. .COULD NOT survive […] Read more…

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FREE Classroom Labels: Sharp & Dull Pencil Labels

I blame it on my Type A personality and excessive need for organization. Give me all the pretty bins and classroom labels. Please tell me I’m not alone. I mean, that’s partly why I became a teacher. Listen to this. My mom told me that when I was in 3rd grade, I told her I […] Read more…

14 Must-Do End of the School Year Activities {and a FREEBIE}

I came home from school yesterday and cried.  And not because the end of the school year is so overwhelming, busy, and exhausting…{although that may be where part of the tears are coming from. JK! #AmIJustKiddingThough??} But because I’m going to miss my kids SO much.  For 180 school days, 23 of my third grade […] Read more…

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Are you bored with your 3rd Grade Math Games?

I don’t know if you’re like me but I get bored easily from doing the same lessons and activities year after year, so I’m always looking for ways to add more engagement in my classroom, while keeping up with the rigor of the standards. This is what led me to creating these 3rd grade math […] Read more…

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Earth Day Activities {And a FREE Math Puzzle}

I love April. Spring, birds chirping, warm weather, evening walks with my family, allergies {haha just kidding..my allergies are AWFUL during this time of year but #balance right?} and of course, Earth Day. Earth Day should be EVERY DAY, but it’s mainly celebrated and recognized in April. If you’re a teacher or homeschool parent, there […] Read more…

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A Twist on 2nd Grade Math Games

Interested in FREE math puzzles? Click HERE to grab them. 2nd Grade Math games and math puzzles are great ways for students to work on second grade math concepts through hands-on activities, specifically, through my favorite type of activity, MATH PUZZLES. In this post, you’ll find examples of 2nd grade math games {puzzles} that incorporate […] Read more…

Black History Month Activities for Kids

I’ve been trying to write this blog post for like 413,483 hours. Having two kids sometimes feels like the equivalent of 17 toddlers jacked up on sugar. Isn’t it funny how running and managing a classroom of 24 third graders is TEN times easier than trying to manage a 2 and 3 year old that […] Read more…

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